Class Notes for Classical Studies at University of Regina (UREGINA)
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5th Century Athens Notes about the Dark Ages from Greece. Includes: Athens internationally, Persian War, Delian League, Athens at Home, Government, and Festivals.
5th century athens: polis and empire equality and subjugation. The following disappeared in the above time period. The only good thing that happened waView Document
Greek Philosophy Introduction to Greek philosophy, including early scientists and their beliefs and pre-scientific cosmogony.
The pre-socratic"s: engaging in philosophy before socrates (469-399bce) Philosophy, greek philo sophia: love of wisdom/knowledge, pursuit of knowledgeView Document
Greek Literature Introduction to Greek literature detailing the three most famous playwrights and their works: Sophocles, Aeschylus and special attention to Euripides.
Specifically the athenians - extremely significant to culture. Every year a festival called dionysia took place; featured the production of plays. CommView Document
Pato Lecture notes detailing the life of Plato, his works, beliefs and relation to Socrates.
Difficult to determine what is socrates and what is plato. After death of socrates he was bitter with the state. Grew up during that war; war between cView Document
Early Christianity Outlines the beginnings of Christianity, appeal to convert, survival of the religion, martyrs, issues of religious perception, and society in the church.
Origins in judaism: belief in single, absolute creator. Contrasts with polytheism of greeks and romans. Judaism: figure of messiah important in judaismView Document
Omens and Oracles Lecture notes from guest professor about omens, oracles, inductive divination and intuitive divination.
Omen: something that is observed, happens naturally but are extraordinary. Messages from the gods; breaks natural order of things. Can be provoked (ie.View Document
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